For director Art Theil, conducting the band often has its lighter moments. A card game provides diversion from the pressures of the day and the worries of tomorrow. Pete Tashie and Blake Soule exhibit great expertise while following through on a shot. For those “lost” souls, the center provided directions around campus and the city. Payne signs the Alpha Epsilon Delta national charter. Ross, Management Stephen I.
Richey, Journalism lames E. Max Lerner, Political Scientist “We are human beings and take out our dis- contents on candidates, parties and issues. Associate Professor James F. Members learned about the profession as they talked with businessmen during meetings and organized Marketing Day with cor- porations in Memphis. We’ll fight for credibility. The University Center at night reflects the beauty of its architecture. Electrical engineering student skillfully monitors computer.
He broke the MSU record for career pass attempts and career touchdown passes and, together with wide receiver Ernest Gray, for the longest pass play. Dissection proves to be one of the more intriguing aspects of biology.
Helen Baker and Katherine Mitchell complement each other as they perform a graceful modern number. One of the two degrees offered by the University College was a bachelor of liberal studies.
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I don’t think that’s realistic. White, dean of the School of Law, stand before com- memorative marker of the dedication ceremony. Work ,eilleur the Tellico dam was halted as environmen- talists won their case for the snail darter.
The fraternity was involved with the Big Brothers of Memphis, spon- soring a little brothers through the organization. Freshman Ivonne Larose completes a routine with a split. Nan Longworth, Celeste Bautista. James Bradley, Rod- ney Lee and Steve Meacham give each other a slap of encouragement before cilms their opponent. The name was Memphis State Uni- versity Athletics, but to the athletes in- volved it was more than a game. Junior Ken Dunek, former Tiger meiilleur player, makes the first touchdown of his college career on a 20 yard pass thrown by junior quarterback Kevin Betts.
Bands such as the Riverboat Clan and Crossfire echoed music to dance by and the North Carolina Dance Company performed classical ballet. Libertypand Department of Journalism was characterized with physical changes as new offices were com- pleted for Dean Ranta. A bit of news from a hometown paper can cheer up anyone’s morning.
Encompassed by adoring fans, Kim- berly Duppins, center, discovers a new dimension to winning. The squad swept a three game series with Ole Miss, knocked off Auburn in four of six battles, and split a pair with tough Mis- sissippi State. Benninger, Nursing Pamela G.
The Writer and Trollopa Teri Kennedy share a libertylanr mo- ment. The honorary rewarded superior scholarship in all fields of study. Kicker Rusty Bennett added his extra point against arch rival Ole Miss making the score A dance held at Ernie’s was a new addition to conclude the an- nual Anchor Splash Competition.
Memphis State began the fall season with a stroke win in the Murray State Invitational. Rules and regulations were updated with a move from the rotation system to an open floor system which im- proved the strength of Panhellenic. Trading notes with a fellow class member can help on an examination.
New policies such as the honor and research programs were in- stigated. The Desoto attempted to record the events of the year in pictures.
Seeded on top, the Tigers won the Metro Tournament in three straight games, defeating Florida State on a three run homer by Terry Pressgrove. Although several key players were injured in the pre-season, the Tigers managed to play 11 men.
Initiates were nominated for membership by faculty, staff or students. For those “lost” souls, the center provided directions around campus and the city. Tiger coach Tommy Buford reflects on his team’s progress during practice. James Gillis has a heavy head dress to balance for Follies. Many times he knows what lies ahead; but more often the future is a mystery.
The individual faced projects and reports in the never-ending paper chase. Whether to buy a Hostess Twinkie or eggs and biscuits for breakfast can be a ma- jor decision for some dorm residents.
It was the first beauty title for the year-old sophomore whose major was marine biology.
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Kerlan, Curriculum and Instruction Lawrence L. Students were able to leave books, letters, tickets, and various items to be picked up by others.
The fever reached epidemic proportions as the Tigers were triumphant over the Vanderbilt Commodores,